Theodore Roosevelt Quote

No nation deserves to exist if it permits itself to lose the stern and virile virtues; and this without regard to whether the loss is due to the growth of a heartless and all-absorbing commercialism, to prolonged indulgence in luxury and soft, effortless ease, or to the deification of a warped and twisted sentimentality.


Presidential addresses and state papers (ed. 1910)

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No nation deserves to exist if it permits itself to lose the stern and virile virtues; and this without regard to whether the loss is due to the...

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No nation deserves to exist if it permits itself to lose the stern and virile virtues; and this without regard to whether the loss is due to the...

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No nation deserves to exist if it permits itself to lose the stern and virile virtues; and this without regard to whether the loss is due to the...

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No nation deserves to exist if it permits itself to lose the stern and virile virtues; and this without regard to whether the loss is due to the...